+quot;VIRGIN+quot; Was she or was she not, Websters defines +quot;VIRGIN+quot; as one not
Was she or was she not, Websters defines "VIRGIN" as one not having
sexual intercourse. Josseph and mary were to be married.
The HEYMAN can remain intact, but still has a small hole in the
middle. There have been many "VIRGIN" births, a young boy and girl
starts messing around, the young boy EJACULATES into the pubic hairs
of the young girl, those fast traveling little semen, sees the
opening in the haymen, and bingo, the girl is pregnant with out ever
There have been many "VIRGIN BIRTHS" in this manner, so Mary the
mother of Jesus can't claim the title of the first or the last.
The "ANGEL" said"FEAR NOT", how many young boys or men have put
their arm around the shoulder of some young girl and said"Don't be
afraid, we're just going to mess around" or "FEAR NOT"
Now lets put ourself in Mary's shoes, she is engaged to Mary Joseph
the carpenter. Now joseph being a god fearing man is'nt going to
question the word of a woman that he know he never had sex with when
she tells him that she is pregnant with the son of god .
Joseph is the one to feel sorry for, he appearently could not
control Jesus when he was a small boy, he was typical of some of the
teenagers of today.
The UNIQUE thing about Christanity is it is the only relegion in the
world that claims a "VIRGIN BIRTH" but was it a virgin birth ?
Dec.25 is probably not Christs birthday, Dec.22 is Candlemas so the
Christian heirarcy decided to make Dec.25 a celebration in honor of
his birth. He could have been born on the fourth of July as far as
the historians know.
Charles Clanton jr.
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